Whimsical Waters

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Whimsical Waters
Board from Mario Party 10
Appears in Mario Party 10
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Whimsical Waters is one of the five boards in Mario Party 10. It is set in an underwater lagoon. Dragoneels appear on the board and have their own minigame where players need to choose a chest. The mid-boss fort is Mega Cheep Chomp, while the castle at the end leads to a fight with Mega Blooper. This is the only board where both the bosses are both in mega form. Most of the board's gimmicks have to do with Dragoneel and Underwater events.

The board is mostly the same in Bowser Party mode, albeit with the usual gameplay changes. However, in both the Dragoneel minigames and the ink-obscured path branches, Bowser gets to see the contents of each chest/the spaces on each path before using the GamePad to try and misdirect his opponents with stamps and drawings.


Whimsical Waters begins with a couple of turns on an underwater path. The first Dragoneel Treasure area is on that path. Afterwards, there are two separate paths, which is determined by a wheel with a Cheep Cheep statue on it. The one on the left is a path with another Dragoneel Treasure, and the one on the right leads to a path with Unlucky Spaces and Mini Ztars. After that comes a path with two Dragoneel Treasures and the Mid-Boss area.

After the mid-boss, the submarine goes down into another path with more Dragoneel Treasure. Then two more paths with the Cheep Cheep wheel appear, with the one upwards having Lucky Spaces and Mini Stars, and the one below it having Unlucky Spaces and Mini Ztars. Then the two paths combine and follow up with another Dragoneel Treasure, which follows to a ring with a Toad House and Dragoneel Spaces. Afterwards is a gate in which the player must roll a 4 or higher to get past it; if the player fails, they must make another lap, and the gate becomes automatically passable. The player who passes through the gate will receive five Mini Stars. After that comes the Homestretch, two more Dragoneel Treasures, and then the end of the board.


It has been requested that this section be rewritten and expanded to include more information. Reason: Include Bowser Party space counts

Type of Space Number of Spaces
Green Space from Mario Party 10
Green Spaces
Special Dice Block Space from Mario Party 10
Special Dice Block Spaces
Dash Space from Mario Party 10
Dash Spaces
Back Space from Mario Party 10
Back Spaces
Change Space from Mario Party 10
Change Spaces
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Steal Spaces
Lucky Space from Mario Party 10
Lucky Spaces
Unlucky Space from Mario Party 10
Unlucky Spaces
Bowser Jr. Space from Mario Party 10
Bowser Jr. Spaces
9 (0 if Bowser is released)
Bowser Space from Mario Party 10
Bowser Spaces
0 (8 if Bowser is released)
Minigame Space from Mario Party 10
Minigame Spaces
Boss Battle Space / Gate Space from Mario Party 10
Boss Battle Spaces
Dragoneel Treasure from Mario Party 10
Dragoneel Treasures
Dragoneel Space from Mario Party 10
Dragoneel Spaces
Total 111


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ドキドキオーシャン
Doki Doki Ōshan
Heart-Pounding Ocean
Dutch Woelige Wateren Turbulent Waters
French (NOA) Eaux troubles Trouble Waters
French (NOE) Abysses bizarres Bizarre Abyss
German Bizarro-Riff Bizarre Reef
Italian Folli fondali Insane Seafloors
Portuguese Águas Agitadas Choppy Waters
Russian Глубоководье
Deep Waters
Spanish (NOA) Arrecife cristalino Crystalline Reef
Spanish (NOE) Arrecife extravagante Extravagant Reef

Simple Submarine[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese サブマリン

Whale Submarine[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クジラサブマリン
Kujira Sabumarin
Whale Submarine

Blooper Submarine[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゲッソーサブマリン
Gessō Sabumarin
Blooper Submarine


  • Every character's voice clips are slightly distorted due to them being underwater. This is also the case with the Mega Blooper's Bubble Battle boss fight.